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Flavonoids from Astragalus propinquus

@inproceedings{Chaturvedula2013FlavonoidsFA,
  title={Flavonoids from Astragalus propinquus},
  author={Venkata Sai Prakash Chaturvedula and Indra Prakash},
  year={2013}
}
Systematic phytochemical studies of the dichloromet hane (CH2Cl2) fraction of the aqueous extract of Astragalus propinquus on a C-18 column using a Biotage Flash C hromatography system yielded three flavonoids namel y 5hydroxy-4 ́, 6, 7 trimethoxyflavone (salvigenin), 4 ́ , 5, 7-trihydroxyflavone (apigenin), and 3 ́,4 ́, 5, 7tetrhydroxyflavone (luteolin). The structures of th e isolated compounds salvigenin, apigenin, and lute o in were characterized on the basis of extensive spectral st udies… 

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